I told Scram Jones (@scramjones) years ago this needed a video and that it was one of his best records but people don’t listen to me, c’est la vie. Anyway, here’s a animated visual aid for “Fork In The Road” from Scram Jones project “The Hat Trick”. Watch below.
Slim Thug (@slimthugga) drops off a viral visual for “Flex 4eva” which appeared on his project “Boss Life”. Cop it on iTunes and watch below.
YG’s (@YG) campaign rages on. Here he is again with a new video, “Left, Right” produced by DJ Mustard. YG’s debut album, My Krazy Life, is set to be released on March 18.
Joey Badass (@joeybadass_) kicked it with MiMi while on the road for The Smoker’s Club tour while in Phoenix, Arizona. To start off, Joey talks about his tour life and the subtle differences in his life now that he’s become successful in the rap game. Joey also reveals that since he’s already got to rap…
FKA Twigs (@FKAtwigs) wandered off into the Mayan village of Tulum while in Mexico and had the cameras rolling as she did an impromptu performance. Twigs set up shop surrounded by natives and did a captivating live rendition of “Hide” taken from her EP2 project which earned her a spot on our Best New Artists…
J. Holiday (@KingJHoliday) dropped a new album today titled, Guilty Conscience. To accompany his new release the Atlanta based R&B artist releases a new video for his single off the project, “Incredible.” You can check out J’s new visual below, directed by IBK Studios.
Janelle Monáe (@JanelleMonae) followed up J. Cole’s jump start for VH1’s Super Bowl Blitz concert series. The Arch Android took stage in the Bronx performing a string of jams including joints from her new album The Electric Lady. Watch below.
Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) continued to make guest appearances in the big apple and joined his west coast brethren Dom Kennedy at Irving Plaza. DOM and K. Dot performed a live rendition of “We Ball” for the crowd in attendance. Watch below.
J. Cole (@JColeNC) invited Kendrick Lamar out on stage at the Madison Square Garden for the NYC stop of What Dreams May Come tour. The birthday boy talked his shit about outselling Kanye West and got some help from K. Dot while performing “Forbidden Fruit” which segued into Backseat Freestyle and m.A.A.d City. Watch the…
J. Cole celebrated a birthday today and brought his What Dreams May Come tour to Madison Square Garden, where he was joined on stage by JAY Z who presented him with a Roc-A-Fella chain after performing PSA for those in attendance. Chaining Day. Watch below.